Hope for Recovery from Depression

December 12, 2010 Holly Gray

graeme-croppedDepression and hope are natural enemies. When it comes to recovery from depression, sometimes others have to do the hoping for you. Graeme Cowan survived what his psychiatrist described as the worst depression he ever treated. Graeme says his parents, and the faith they had in him, helped him to eventually overcome the severe depression that nearly ended his life.

Graeme is the author of Back from the Brink and our guest on this week's HealthyPlace Mental Health Radio Show. Graeme discusses his own recovery from depression, providing a message of hope for those still living on the brink.

Listen to "What Does It Take to Overcome Severe Depression?"

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Gray, H. (2010, December 12). Hope for Recovery from Depression, HealthyPlace. Retrieved on 2024, June 14 from

Author: Holly Gray

June, 10 2011 at 11:33 am

when i was 17 i was tacking in to hospital i was lad on a bed my heads and legs wear tired down in there 1year half

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